|Record Labels:||Shakin' Sheila Recordings|
|Largest show:||450 people|
|Number of Members:||5+|
Founded by Ted Palmer in 1993, Union (originally Lighthouse) played varous venues and festivals throughout Louisville, and regularly played with Falling Forward in Bloomington, Indiana in the early 1990's. The first time the original members stepped into a room together (Dylan's basement), the event was recorded and released as "Hausenfeffer II: Gloop Time". 10 copies were made and sold to unsuspecting youngsters at the Zodiac. A demo was recorded at DSL in 1994, and a track from that appeared on Conspiracy 8A. Ted left the band in 1995 to pursue other interests, and Gary Bell stepped in.
Other members at various time included Rob Palmer, Jason Skaggs (Digger) (Eleven Eleven) - Bass, Matt Pickerill (Humongous)- Bass, Matt Fisher(Humongous)- guitar. Union went through bass players like Spinal Tap went through Drummers...
- The Sunny Side Of Louisville 7" (Whitehouse Records)
- Conspiracy 8A cassette Shakin' Sheila Recordings
- T-shirts were available